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Secondary gas market to boost S'pore's LNG hub ambition

SingaporeSINGAPORE'S wholesale electricity market operator, Energy Market Company (EMC), and gas industry regulator, Energy Market Authority (EMA), are tying up with industry players to develop a trading platform to facilitate a secondary gas market here.Currently, local buyers who sign gas contracts are locked into long-term commitments, but their short-term needs may differ, often resulting in...


S'pore well-poised to be Asia's LNG-trading hub: Experts

A PANEL of high-level energy experts has joined others in backing Singapore as a regional hub for natural gas trading. Its existing trading and financial infrastructure, and reputation for a stable regulatory framework are some reasons why Singapore is well-poised to be a regional centre for the trading of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Asia, said the international experts. "If there is a need...


S'pore powers towards energy target with new solar projects

SINGAPORE is on track to start projects by the end of next year to produce five to six times more energy from the sun, as the Government chases its target of having solar power meet about 5 per cent of electricity demand by 2020. These projects will add 80 to 100 more megawatts-peak (MWp) of solar power, revealed Building and Construction Authority chief executive John Keung yesterday. On top of...


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Offshore Korea 2014

The 2nd Offshore Korea will be held in Busan, the offshore and shipbuilding city in Korea, from Nov. 12 (Wed) to Nov. 14 (Fri) 2014 .Korea, the largest offshore shipbuilding market and one of the biggest markets for those businesses of the offshore and shipbuilding equipment and materials, has large shipyards with their highest shipbuilding technologies.
 

OSEA 2014 : The 20th International Oil & Gas Industry Exhibition

Asia’s leading business event for the oil and gas industry will return to the Marina Bay Sands Singapore from 2 to 5 December 2014. OSEA brings together industry professionals to tackle pertinent concerns of the oil and gas industry in the region, from the changing market trends and expectations, to new business potential and the running of its daily operations. With 19 successful showings under the belt, the event has evolved to meet the increasing demand for more sophisticated technologies and solutions from companies; anchoring its position as the eminent sourcing and networking platform for today’s industry. Please visit www.osea-asia.com for more information.
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